Once A Tree Get Spiritual On “Take Me”

“We are very fascinated with the idea of astral projection and meditation, and that we’re more than just physical beings.”

June 30, 2015

Once a Tree, the electro-R&B project of Toronto couple Jayli Wolf and Hayden John Wolf, are poised to make waves in the great north this summer with the release their debut EP Thousand Lives, on Foreseen Entertainment. Today, they share a glitchy and sensual video for the latest single off that project, "Take Me."

"The basis of 'Take Me' is actually quite spiritual," the group explained in an email to The FADER. "We are very fascinated with the idea of astral projection and meditation, and that we're more than just physical beings. The lyrics are a plea from the perspective of a woman who wishes to connect with her long lost lover again. Hoping to reach his spirit on a higher level, she says take me from the bottom to the top."

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Once a Tree's Thousand Lives is out July 10; pre-order is on iTunes here.

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